BTW did u guys get in-game email that says there's prize of getting ANY ROBOT OR WEAPON AND 30 SUPPLY DROPS by making video about the "firework"???? i watched foggy gaming's video and confused by the "firework" he said. I decided to make a video about the "firework"
If you have an iPad download WR onto it, complete the default tutorial then switch on WR on your phone. The iPad should detect the account and ask you whether you want to sync the accounts...in which case I would press yes.
If you don’t have an ipad then apparently IOS 12 is great for better performance on older iPhones
It's a horror story similar to Jason Voorhees, Slenderman, Jeff the Killer, and maybe Freddy Kruger. Destier is part of it, but not being a serial killer. A serial killer is a bot that is mean-looking, shows sign of thirst of murder...
American football has a 100% chance of injury, it's just a question of how bad.
Though some die-hard fans will doubtlessly keep it going for years, American football is destined to be either radically changed or completely removed due to the severity of injury (in particular the concussions)
that's what American football wants you to believe.
it is entirely untrue. American football is built around people running into eachother with as much force as they can. People inevitiably get hurt, far more often than in any other normal sport. I guess that isn't true with respect to boxing and martial arts, but I wouldn't bet on it.
Broken arms and legs are much more common. European the rest of the world's football is just as dangerous.
I agree with Alias. Players sometimes get injured muscles due to over-extension or a bad tackle, but serious injuries like concussion are very rare....unlike in American Football. Plus the safety rules in actual football (not American football) are a lot stricter.
In 2011, the Bleacher Report ranked soccer at sixth place in the top 10 most dangerous sports. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's statistics for 2009 reveal that 88,000 soccer players between the ages of 5 and 14 were seen in emergency rooms for sports injuries. In 2011, Safe Kids Worldwide reported that 104,190 soccer players between ages 12 and 17 were seen in emergency rooms, with 13 percent of those injuries involving concussions. The types of injuries most commonly sustained by soccer players are musculoskeletal injuries to the lower body.
Injuries in Football
Football was ranked as the third most dangerous sport in 2011 by the Bleacher Report, due to the sheer numbers of football related injuries. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that in 2009, 212,000 children were seen in emergency rooms for football injuries. By 2011, there were 275,050 emergency room visits for football players between ages 12 and 17, with 13 percent involving concussions. Knee injuries are relatively common among football players, with lower-extremity injuries overall accounting for half of all injuries. Thirty percent of other injuries involve the upper body. Strains, sprains, contusions, fractures and concussions are the most common types of injury sustained.
The problem with American football is that you can only make it so safe without a drastic change in gameplay. It quite simply can't be made safe enough. It is doomed to go away. Some stubborn people will keep it alive for a while, but it is going away.
Soccer football, along with many other sports, do have risks. I am aware of that. It's just not such an important part of the natural gameplay.
the US was a colony of britain around 150-200 years
cigarettes are slowly going away
also, what in the world would it be lying about? football has long been known as a sport with risk - you're tackling people, that is innately risky and WILL cause injuries. Also typically more severe injuries. Pretty much no matter what you do to try and prevent it.